Swinging Stupendo

Swinging Stupendo

Here’s an app that does not require much from you. Or does it?

The game is called Swinging Stupendo and it turns you into an acrobat who has to make daring jumps and swings as far as possible. The catch is that you must not fall to the ground or on installed electrodes because you will be fried. So get as far as you can by swinging and survive.

Yes, this is what Swinging Stupendo is all about. It may seem simple but in fact it is not. You have to be very precise when jumping or otherwise you will fail and this is the really hard part. We couldn’t even finish the first level, let alone others so we can say that in reality Swinging Stupendo is a hard game. This is its weak point, in our opinion, as Swinging Stupendo can irritate you very soon, which means that in most cases the app will be given the boot after some short time.

In a few words Swinging Stupendo is for people who have strong nerves. If this is not your case then you can easily pass on this game. If you feel like you can beat the game this is fine with us either. So take a look at Swinging Stupendo here on Google Play and then tell us what you think.

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